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Our Medical Assistant Program is combines hands-on training, medical education, clinical work, and an externship to help prepare our students for the real world.

The Course Includes

Anatomy, Physiology & Medical Terminology

The course concentrates on the proper techniques of blood drawing. It also demonstrates the various methods utilized for blood drawing such as butterfly syringe, needle syringe, and evacuated tube system.

120 hrs


The course concentrates on the proper techniques of blood drawing. It also demonstrates the various methods utilized for blood drawing such as butterfly syringe, needle syringe, and evacuated tube system.

60 hrs


The course begins with a basic description of the major internal and external structures of the heart. It will also describe the major functions of the cardiovascular system, major blood supply of the heart, and electrical conduction pathway of the heart.

60 hrs

Laboratory Procedures And Techniques

The course instructs and demonstrates the proper techniques of various laboratory procedures. The course teaches the basic guidelines for lab safety procedures and the use of personal protective equipments such as hand washing and sterilization of instruments.

120 hrs

Medical Billing

Student’s get and overview of medical insurance learn coding procedures, and insurance billing procedures. Students learn through computerized billing simulations how to create, save, retrieve, edit, and maintain patient files.

60 hrs

Medical Office Administration

Students learn to identify essential elements of medical office environments. Students learn to apply rules of medical record coding systems, creating and using a word processing document, type data into a computer, identify various methods for determining patient fees, complete a written itemized billing statement. Student learns to use different Office Equipment like Computers, Fax Machine, and Adding Machines etc.

90 hrs


What Our Graduates Say


I took the Medical Assistant program and had Dr. BJ as my first instructor and he is the best teacher in the Manhattan branch. He is very thorough and has all his students best interest at heart. I would definitely recommend the manhattan branch.


Very amazing learning experience. Dr Trisha made sure we understood everything, taking her time to explain and go over what we didn’t understand. She made classes so easy and fun to be in. Absolutely top notch. There are really not many words to describe the awesomeness and quality of learning at Nymed training center especially with her as our professor. Thank you so much Dr Trisha

Justin Louisdhon

I just completed the Medical Assistant Program and I highly recommend this school. The teachers here are very awesome, I have learned so much. I really enjoyed my time at New York Medical Career Training Center. If anyone is looking to advance their career, Come to this school you will Not Regret it. Thanks to Dr. Nand, Dr Bj, Dr. Kasi and Dr. Sanna excellent teachers. I will miss you.




Job Placement


Years Experience



Frequently Ask Questions

A medical assistant is responsible for performing both administrative and clinical tasks. Their primary duties may include the following-

  • Scheduling appointments
  • Maintaining records
  • Taking the vital signs of patients
  • Collecting the patient’s medical histories
  • Attending phone calls
  • Taking blood for examination (Phlebotomy)
  • Performing ECG on patients (EKG)
  • Doing lab tests
  • Payroll duties
  • Medical Billing and Coding
  • Electronic Health Records

A candidate should have passed at least a high school diploma or GED. Higher education may be a plus point. Most employers hire potential candidates who have completed the medical assistant training programs from an accredited institute. If you wish to become a medical assistant, consider enrolling in our 900 hours medical assistant training program.

A medical assistant can work in the following areas.

  • Physician’s office or clinic
  • Hospitals
  • Outpatient care centers
  • Medical research center
  • Nursing homes
  • Diagnostic labs
  • Urgent care facilities

No. Once you get the job, you must pass your National/State Certification within 18 months as required and mandated by CMS (Center for Medicare and Medicaid Service).

Yes, We do offer financial assistance to those who qualify.

Yes, we do provide job placement assistance to our graduates. Upon completion of the program, our career counselor will guide you through your placement process. We have a 92% placement rate for our Medical assistant program.